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Dozens of people are still missing – but some survivors are still being found, 60 hours after the quake. Nearly all of the 38 reported deaths occurred in one building.
Feb. 8, 2016
There was little excitement in this year's crop of Super Bowl ads. Many of the best had already been seen on social media; the others were underwhelming.
Feb. 8, 2016
A New York City-based program aims to make students into critical media consumers.
Feb. 8, 2016
A quirk in the delegate process would award every vote under 10 percent to the winner of the New Hampshire primary. With the fractured establishment field, that could mean their votes go to Trump.
Feb. 8, 2016
Most breast cancer cases are in women, so treatment and support is geared towards them. Men with breast cancer can feel isolated. One man was given a pink ice pack and told to put it in his bra.
Feb. 8, 2016
Social scientists see long-term benefits to new dads spending a few months caring for a baby. But these studies won't nudge fathers to take leave if they still see a work culture that frowns on it.
Feb. 8, 2016
Most people think of New Orleans on Mardi Gras. But the pre-Lenten celebration has roots in another Gulf Coast city. Mobile, Ala., proudly bills itself as the "mother of mystics."
Feb. 8, 2016
Taiwanese officials canceled traditional New Year celebrations and went to temples to pray for earthquake victims, instead.
Feb. 8, 2016
"I would pay for them to keep running that clip, because that's what I believe passionately," Rubio said of a much-aired video excerpt if him repeating a line at Saturday's debate.
Feb. 7, 2016
The Democratic presidential candidate visited Flint, Mich., on Sunday. While on the campaign trail, she's been highlighting the city's recovery from lead contamination in its water.
Feb. 7, 2016
The lifting of sanctions allows Boeing to sell planes to Iran. But Iran, which still flies Boeing planes bought before the 1979 revolution, just announced a major deal with Airbus.
Feb. 7, 2016
The singer's new music video quickly drew commentary of all kinds — on its references to being black in America, Hurricane Katrina and Black Lives Matter.
Feb. 7, 2016
The Denver Broncos are taking on the Carolina Panthers in the biggest football game of the year — and we're covering it with the littlest poems we can think of. Join us?
Feb. 7, 2016
The Guardian and The Associated Press offer two windows into the gripping drama of Polish politics: a look at a nation-shaping plane crash, and a profile of the man pulling Poland's political strings.
Feb. 7, 2016
After a tumultuous season, the NFL condemned domestic violence in its ranks, and put a spotlight on the issue during the last Super Bowl. A year later, it's unclear whether that has made a difference.
Feb. 7, 2016
Larycia Hawkins says she expressed solidarity with Muslims; evangelical Wheaton College said she contradicted its statement of faith. Hawkins, who faced possible termination, is leaving the school.
Feb. 7, 2016
The magnitude-6.4 earthquake left 26 people dead. The photographs show stories of life and death, destruction and hope in the quake's aftermath.
Feb. 7, 2016
"Irresponsible," "senseless," "deplorable," "destabilizing," "totally unacceptable": Nations from the U.S. to Russia have denounced the launch, which violates U.N. Security Council resolutions.
Feb. 7, 2016
A landmark Supreme Court case made sexual harassment in the workplace illegal 30 years ago. In For The Record, we look at how much things have changed — or not — for women in the workplace.
Feb. 7, 2016
Two young Democratic activists say their own experience — and what they know about the experience of both Clinton and Sanders — brought them to support different candidates.
Feb. 7, 2016

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